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Daily Mock Test (History) 1. Which among the following can best define the Neolithic 74z Revolution? a) Green Revolution b) Technology Revolution c) Milk Revolution d) Agricultural Revolution 2. Robert Bruce Foote, who discovered first Palaeolithic tools in India, was originally? a) Palaeobotanist b) Geologist c) Archaeologist d) Historian 3. Which of the following Chola kings was the first to capture Maldives? a) Rajaraja b) Rajendra I c) Rajadhiraja d) Rajendra III 4. As per Asoka's inscriptions, which among the following place was declared tax free and proclaimed only 1/8th part as taxable? a) Kushinagar b) Lumbini c) Kathmandu d) Sarnath 5. The last ruler of the Mauryan Dynasty, who was assassinated by Pushyamitra Sunga, his commander-in-chief was? a) Bindusara b) Chandragupta c) Brihadrata d) Ashokavardhan
Daily Mock Test (History) 6. Rajatarangini, a book that generally recorded the heritage of Kashmir in the 12th a) Pravaragupta b) Kalhana c) Lalitapida d) Kashyapa 7. Who among the following Kushan Emperors was the first to introduce the gold coinage in India? a) Vima Kadphises b) Vima Taktu c) Vasishka d) Kujula Kadphises 8.The minister of the Gahadvala King Govindachandra and author of Kalpadruma was a) Apararka b) Chandesvara c) Lakshmidhara d) Vijnanesvara 9. Which among the following is the most unique feature of Dholavira site of the Indus Valley Civilization? a) Its cities were horizontally divided in multiple parts b) Its cities were unevenly divided c) Its cities were divided into 3 parts d) None of these
Daily Mock Test (History) 10. Who among the following was the 23rd Jain Tirthankara? a) Nemi Natha b) Mahavira c) Parshvanath d) Malinath 11.Which among the following places have given the earliest evidence of agriculture irn Indian subcontinent? a) Pratapgarh b) Mehrgarh c) Quetta d) Kalat 12. "The king was the ruler of all except Brahamanas". This was the view of a) Manu b) Yajnavalkya c) Apasthamba d) Gautama 13. Who among the following succeeded Samudragupta as the next ruler of Gupta Dynasty? a) Chandragupta II b) Chandragupta I c) Vishnugupta d) Mahendra 14. Who among the following was the first Satavahana King to introduce the Ruler's head on the coins? a) Satkarni I b) Gautamiputra Satkarni d) Vasishthiputra Pulumavi d) Yajna Satakarni
Daily Mock Test (History) 15. Which among the following two dynasties of the Northern India confronted with the Rashtrakutas? a) The Pratiharas and the Paramaras b) The Palas and the Chandelas c) The Pratiharas and the Palas d) The Chalukyas and the Chahamanas
Daily Mock Test (History) 1. d) Agricultural Revolution (The Neolithic Revolution sometimes called the Agricultural Revolution, was the world's first historically verifiable revolution in agriculture. -It was the wide-scale transition of many human cultures from a lifestyle of hunting and gathering to one of agriculture and settlement which supported an increasingly large population.Archaeological data indicates that various forms of plants and animal domestication evolved in separate locations worldwide, starting around 12,000 years ago. 2. b) Geologist (Robert Bruce Foote Father of Indian Pre-history) 3. a) Rajaraja (Rajaraja Chola I laid the foundation for the growth of the Chola kingdom into an empire, by conquering the kingdoms of southern India and the Chola Empire expanded as far as Sri Lanka in the south, and Kalinga (Orissa) in the northeast. He conquered Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Sumatra and other places in Malay Peninsula The naval conquest of the 'old islands of the sea numbering 12,000, the Maldives marked one of the conquests of Rajaraja.Rajaraja I built a strong navy with the aim of controlling the sea. * b) Lumbini (At the 20th anniversary of his enthronement, Asoka announced Lumbini as tax-free and proclaimed only 1/8th part as taxable. 4.
Daily Mock Test (History) 5. c) Brihadrata (Brihadrata was assassinated in 185 BCE during a military parade, by the commander-in-chief of his guard, the Brahmin general Pusyamitra Sunga, who then took over the throne and established the Sunga dynasty.) 6. b) Kalhana (Rajatarangini describe the misrule prevailing in Kashmir during the reign of King Kalash, son of King Ananta Deva of Kashmir) 7. a) Vima Kadphises (He issued an extensive series of coins and inscriptions. He was the first to introduce gold coinage in India, in addition to the existing copper and silver coinage.) 8. c) Lakshmidhara c) Its cities were divided into 3 parts (The most unique features of Dholavira, an Indus valley site in Gujarat, is its division. While other Indus Valley sites were divided into two parts viz. Citadel and Lower Town, Dholavira was divided into three divisions 9. c) Parshvanath (Parshvanath was the twenty third Jain Tirthankara. He was a Kshatriya and son of Ashvasena, King of Banaras (Varanasi). 10. b) Mehrgarh (The earliest evidence of Agriculture in Indian subcontinent is found at Mehrgarh, which is located in Baluchistan state of Pakistan). 11.
Daily Mock Test (History) 12.d) Gautama (The Dharmasutras: The Law Codes of Apastamba, Gautama, Baudhayana, and Vasistha The Dharmasutras are the four surviving written works of the ancient Indian tradition on the subject of dharma, or the rules of behavior a community recognizes as binding on its members . Gautama-dharmasutra is believed to be the oldest of the four Hindu Dharmasastras, It survives as an independent treatise.According to Gautama the ruler is the owner of everything in his realm except the brahmanas 13. a) Chandragupta II (Chandragupta 1l (380-412 A.D.) succeeded Samundragupta as the next ruler of Gupta dynasty. He was also known as Devgupta, Devraj and Devshree. Some titled he adopted were : Vikramank, Vikramaditya and Parambhagawat) 14. a) Satkarni I (Satavahana dynasty ruled from Pune in Maharastra to Coastal Andhra Pradesh in the 2nd century BC onwards.The coins issued by Satavahanas had Bilingual legends. The name of the Kings was mentioned in Prakrit as well as some south Indian Language. Satavahana Kings promoted Buddhism. Satkarni I was the first Satavahana King to introduce the Ruler's head on the coins.) 15. c) The Pratiharas and the Palas